5.18.2009

Stationery & furniture show



beautiful wholesale catalog + Italian cotton ribbon scraps from Angela



and then I made some objects....



I went to the National Stationery show (NSS) & International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) yesterday. Both of them were great shows
and I really enjoyed!


Thank you for the invites, Angela and Chip!


If you are planing to visit there, please stop by their booths!
Albertine Press - Booth# 1934 NSS
Momo Arts Deisgn Collaborative - Booth # 1873 ICFF




Beautiful old stamps from Angela. Thank you for the lovely gift!



After the show, I went to see Joanne who is visiting NY from Montreal with her family. I met her though our blogs and we have known each other for almost a year! I really enjoyed meeting her and we had a great time at Japanese cafe!

34 comments:

MODsquad said...

Oh, I love those stamp photos!! Such a great idea. I have boxes, literally boxes of old stamps I collected as a kid. I really should do something with them. Hmm...

Love your little objects, especially the yellow!!

Happy Monday!

...Lisa

at swim-two-birds said...

Are the little baskets made of the ribbon? looks very nice.

Veroka said...

My brother gave some stamps i love them!!!Some day I will use them in a collage

la lune dans le ciel said...

they are crayons Natsumi !and they are made in USA !
I love the little pots you made !

Cris Siqueira said...

i love stamps
when i was a child, i had a lot of them!!
hey natsumi, if you wanna learn make pizza i can give you the recipe!!! great week!!!

jane said...

I agree- i love the stamp photo too. i´ve been to both those shows before- the creativity blew me away. besos- jane

joanne said...

wow come to think about it, it has been a year! how time flies :) i showed my mom the little present you gave me, and she says it's absolutely adorable!

Tina { Luphia Loves... } said...

such cute photos! the stamps are lovely :)

george said...

Wow a National Stationery Show; sounds like my sort of heaven! I am a sucker for all sorts of papers, pens and cards. Always loved making a trip to the stationery cupboard at work for more essentials ...

Those italian ribbons look wonderful. I will have to have a look at her shop.

Jennifer said...

You can make art out even out of ribbon scraps. I heart you :)

_dHe_ said...

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Ida Nielsen said...

Those small objects are beautiful. How did you make them?

jenna said...

mmm, these are so pretty. i like the light in the photographs too. :)

notebookdoodles said...

i wish i could go to NSS. it would be so cool to see all the stationaries there.

jgy said...

Lucky, I'd like to go there.
I just posted a coffee post for Wed, and realized that I may have made some Japanese mistakes, so please correct me if you feel inclined!!!
Wow, I did a double take to see that you met a Joanne. Perhaps we can meet one day too.
Best,

Ritva said...

i heart you too!

aniadots said...

What a wonderfull show :), grate objects you made!!! and I like so much old stamps. I was collecting to but I didn't have so much time now for it.

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Joyce said...

I love ribbon and can't get enough of it. I even save the odds n' ends. lol... Loving the stamps too. Thanks for sharing. xoxo

PS I added you to my blog role I hope you don't mind. xoox

Jeannette said...

Here another one who loves the stamp pics...
Used to have a collection as a kid....now after seeing your post I want to start one again. Only stamps with shells on it. Oh dear...another collection! ;)
Have a great day, Jeannette

mansuetude said...

you have such a delicate sense of the little details of being, so enchanting,

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Barnwood Furniture said...

You have woven really nice thing.Specially that yellow basket is very lovely.

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That is totally cool! I was amazed how you did that tiny basket. I'm sure you can make more beautiful stationary things.

Playmobil said...

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